eastern north carolina, as of 11:00, the latest advisory, winds are still at 75 miles an hour, the pressure is down to 965 mill low bars. the movement to the northeast at 14 miles an hour. the track taking it out and right back into our area, here we are tuesday around 3:00, expecting the center to be close to our region. it doesn't matter if it's north of us or up toward new york, the wind field from this will be so expansive, we can expect to see tropical storm force winds from new york and boston all the way back down toward raliegh, north carolina and back toward ohio. it may not be called a hurricane when it lands here, it may not be a nor'easter, no what thor what it is, we're still going to call it sandy at snooze 4, it's going to bring us those big time winds. rain, down toward portions of the eastern shore, also southern maryland, that's mostly where it will stay.